St. Joseph’s Hospital Kitgum has now opened Nursing and Midwifery Training School in November 2015. The address of the school is;                       

St. Joseph’s Hospital Kitgum School of Nursing and Midwifery

P.O. Box 31, Kitgum

The school has enrolled both boys and girls between the ages of 19 – 25 for Certificate in Enrolled Nursing, and only girls for Certificate in Midwifery.

The New Intake is for November 2016

The applicants for the courses MUST have passed five subjects including English, Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry.    

Application forms are available in the school for those who are in Kitgum and the nearby districts, and for interested candidates who are in Gulu and the districts around application forms are available in Mega F.M and Radio Rupiny at a fee of Ush. 20,000 which is paid to the school bank account with the following details; St. Joseph’s Hospital Kitgum School of Nursing and Midwifery, Current A/No 7410400054, Centenary Bank, Kitgum Brach. Dateline for submitting application is on the 13th September 2015 and only shortlisted candidate will be contacted for interview which will be at a fee of Ush. 15,000/=.

The school is striving for holistic approach in developing professional health workers with good moral values and rightful attitudes. Experienced Tutors and all the teaching requirements are available. The school has well and adequate infrastructures to facilitate proper learning. Attached is the photo of the school main hall.

From the left to the right are; the Hospital Administrator, the Medical Director, the LC V Chairperson Kitgum District Local Government, and the Human Resource Officer.  

For more information please contact us on +256 772 591 493 or +256 772 054 720

Main gate to the school

                                                                                  Classroom ready for students

 Well equipped library for students

Well established dining hall for students

 

 

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